Nevertheless, the latest update is now available for Windows Insiders on Skip Ahead Ring. What bugs Windows 10 users the most, however, is having no ability to pause Windows 10 updates.
This week, user "Leopeva64-2" posted on Reddit about seeing the Windows 10 Home 35-day pause option on the latest Windows 10 19H1 build.
The good news is that these "courtesy reminders" contain some learnings gained from that whole debacle, with a promise that this time you'll see far fewer, and that there'll be a definite "don't remind me again" checkbox to get rid of them.
Windows 10 19H1 will be shipped to devices across the world in stages, just like the previous versions, as Microsoft wants to be able to detect potential issues and fix them before they hit more computers. Generally, these are resolved within a week or two of the initial release, with Microsoft either reissuing fixed versions of the patches or sometimes blacklisting particular hardware or software combinations that have proven problematic.
The change doesn't appear to have any official confirmation, but it is apparent when performing a fresh installation of a preview build and not putting the machine in the Insider Program.
"The Windows Insider Program was created to enable Microsoft to test different features and functionality, which will influence future versions of Windows".
For now, Microsoft isn't officially confirming the extension in delay time, but the preview watermark has been removed from build 1903, which is a sign it's going to be publicly released very soon.